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Artium Quaestiones — 27.2016

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https://doi.org/10.11588/diglit.42381#0311

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ABSTRAKTY I INFORMACJE O AUTORACH

ROZPRAWY
ABSTRACT. Adam Soćko, Programy heraldyczne w dekoracji kościołów pa-
rafialnych w Kraśniku i Chodlu [Heraldic Programs in the Decorations
of Parish Churches in Kraśnik and Chodel], „Artium Quaestiones” XXVII,
Poznań 2016, Adam Mickiewicz University Press, pp. 5-28, ISSN 0239-202X.
The essay is an analysis of coats of arms, mainly from the second quarter of
the 16th century, connected with the architecture and decoration of the
church of the Regular Canons in Kraśnik and the parish church in Chodel.
The identification of numerous coats of arms used to decorate the keystones,
supports, portals, balustrades, and facades of the Kraśnik church confirms
two stages of its construction by two branches of the Tęczyński family (coat
of arms Topór) in the 15th and 16th centuries. The identification of the coats
of arms painted on the chancel vault of the church in Chodel determines the
dating of its decorations and commemorates the town’s proprietors - the
Maciejowski family and their family connections in the second quarter of the
16th century. The identification of the coats of arms makes it possible to pro-
pose precise dating of the construction of both churches.
Adam Soćko, Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza, Wydział Historyczny, In-
stytut Historii Sztuki, al. Niepodległości 4, 61-874 Poznań, Poland.

ABSTRACT. Agnieszka Zabłocka-Kos, Architektur und Städtebau im ge-
teilten Polen des 19. Jahrhundeids im politischen Kontext [Architecture and
Urban Planning in the Partitioned Poland of the 19th Century in Political
Context], „Artium Quaestiones” XXVII, Poznań 2016, Adam Mickiewicz Uni-
versity Press, pp. 29-55, ISSN 0239-202X.
The essay, focusing on architecture in the nineteenth-century partitioned
Poland, is an attempt to read its meanings in the context of the colonial poli-
cies of Russia, Prussia, and the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The analyzed
material includes selected buildings and city centers of Poznań, Warsaw, and
Cracow, while the problems addressed are the encoding of urban space
 
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